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EIN News | February 05, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. Through the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Solar Energy Technologies Office, DOE continues to advance research and development of solar technologies that reduce the cost of solar, increase the competitiveness of American manufacturing and businesses, and improve the reliability of the grid. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said...
SensorLogic | March 11, 2022
2.5 billion people rely on the annual snowpack for drinking water, hydropower, food crops, and more. Accurately predicting water availability has become a global priority due to climate change. SensorLogic is developing a range of new snow sensors that cost less to install and maintain, offer flexible placement options, and deliver real-time results over LTE, LoRa and satellite.
Bozeman, Montana: SensorLogic's SNOdar, a low-power, affordable and versatile sensor offers a new w...
Solar FlexRack | August 03, 2021
Solar FlexRack™, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic (PV) mounting and solar tracker solutions, announced that it has supplied its solar trackers and mounting technology to Swinerton Renewable Energy (SRE), named the top U.S. EPC, for a total of 80 MW of distributed generation solar projects. Located in Connecticut, California and Illinois, SRE's latest 30 MW of projects will utilize Solar FlexRack's TDP 1.0 and TDP 2.0 Solar Trackers in el...
The California Public Utilities | November 19, 2020
As of August 2019, California had more than 600,000 electric vehicles out and about, as well as 20,000 public charging ports, as per a report from Gridworks. That number is set to increase; Newsom's chief request, signed in the wake of several devastating wildfires that consumed millions of acres in California this year, instructs the state's Air Resources Board to create regulations ordering the zero-emission vehicles objective, which is estimated to decrease over 35% of greenhouse gas ...
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